Antibiotic Resistance : Facing the Challenges of Bacterial Infections

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BÖTTCHER, Thomas, 2014. Antibiotic Resistance : Facing the Challenges of Bacterial Infections. In: G.I.T. Laboratory Journal(11-12), pp. 23-25. ISSN 1434-2634

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